chlamys


chla·mys

noun \ˈkla-məs, ˈklā-\
plural chla·mys·es or chla·my·des \-mə-ˌdēz\

Definition of CHLAMYS

:  a short oblong mantle worn by young men of ancient Greece

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Origin of CHLAMYS

Latin chlamyd-, chlamys, from Greek
First Known Use: 1699

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